Tickets are now on sale for the OnePlus 5T launch event

After announcing that it would reveal details of its handset on November 16, OnePlus has now made tickets to the event available for sale. If interested, you can head to the source link down below, but first, let's go into detail about what you'll be getting for your $40.

The event will take place at Villain in Brooklyn, New York, a venue that is 15,000 square feet in size and has a capacity of 1,000 people. While it is unknown how OnePlus will set up this space, there is limited room, and because of this, there will be reserved seating. Your ticket will secure one of these seats, with one account being able to purchase a maximum of two tickets. The event will start at 11am with check-in times starting at 10am and lasting until 10:45am. The firm is stressing not to be late, otherwise, you might not be let in once the program starts.

Along with your reserved seat, you'll be given a swag bag that will include a OnePlus Travel Backpack, a sweatshirt, baseball cap, and other exclusive items. OnePlus states that the gifts alone are worth up to $70. Those in attendance will be able to experience the handset in the hands-on area, enjoy snack and drinks, while also getting to spend some time with CEO Pete Lau, co-founder Carl Pei, and the rest of the OnePlus team. Although the company will not be selling the handset on-site, it will offer those present the chance to purchase the unit ahead of the general public with a $40 discount.

If you need any more details or want to take a look yourself, you can do so in the link below. For those that aren't local or won't be able to make it to the event, you can enjoy the show through the firm's live stream on the same day.

Source: Eventbrite | Image via Android Authority

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